Copper is definitely the most widely recycled electrical conductor since it is used in almost all places where electronic appliances are involved. It is not only a strong conductor of electricity but also the most flexible option for the purpose. Recycling copper of electrical wire scrap is both financially viable and attractive because you not only prevent environmental pollution but also get paid for already used products. At Alnor Scrap Wire, we grade and price recycled copper wires depending on their quality and usefulness. Our grade one products are those wires that do not have metallic containments and are covered with a good insulation material. Grade two wires have containments such as brass connectors, solder wires and plating. Although such containments lower the market value of the wire, we provide a number of industrial processes for removing them.
When we receive electrical wire scrap bundles in our warehouse, we grade and sell them depending on their quality. Customers can choose between wires that have passed through full recycling processes and insulated wires which have been sorted, and value added without undergoing any processing. Our electrical cable grinding recovery system is designed to achieve pure segregated materials from different cable forms. The wires are procedurally grinded into fine sizes, after which inert materials are separated from metals. It results into a pure steel, aluminium or copper granules that are recovered from rubber or plastic